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Headlines for the week of July 6, 2015: States sue EPA over Clean Water Rule; BP settles with Gulf states for $18.7B; Crews complete construction on 10-mile Carlsbad desalination pipeline; WHO/UNICEF report shows lack of progress on sanitation

WHITE PAPERS

Drinking Water Analysis Guide

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Goodbye Transmitters! New Analytical Sensor Technology Offers Safe and Reliable Operation

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Remote Diagnostics Will Reduce Service Costs and Increase Uptime of Filtration Systems Filtration OEMs can use built-in device diagnostics to monitor and maintain automation component performance.

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Aligning Analytics & Asset Management Strategy: Best Practices for Water Utilities

Managing operations, aging infrastructure, availability of funding and managing capital costs are among the top five concerns cited by U.S. water u...

Top 8 Reasons the Water Industry Should Remanufacture

As the water and wastewater industry moves toward more efficient, solid-state motors and drives, many facilities are turning to remanufacturing to ...
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WATER INDUSTRY NEWS BY TOPIC

California Water Services Co. files General Rate Case for all state districts

The California Water Service Company has filed a General Rate Case requesting authorization from ...

WateReuse to host 30th annual WateReuse Symposium in September

WateReuse will host its 30th Annual WateReuse Symposium on Sept. 13-16 at the Sheraton Seattle Ho...

De Nora completes acquisition of Severn Trent's Water Purification group

De Nora has announced the completion of the acquisition of Severn Trent Services' Water Purificat...

First large-scale RO system in FL to use ozone for treating H2S in RO permeate

The city of Clearwater, Fla., recently completed its new brackish reverse osmosis (RO) water trea...

IL city better protects drinking water with advanced UV disinfection technology

In an effort to better protect its drinking water, the city of Taylorville, Ill., recently incorp...

Navajo Tribal Utility Authority enters agreements to halt water pollution

The Environmental Protection Agency and the Navajo Nation EPA have announced a pair of settlement...

WateReuse to host 30th annual WateReuse Symposium in September

WateReuse will host its 30th Annual WateReuse Symposium on Sept. 13-16 at the Sheraton Seattle Ho...

De Nora completes acquisition of Severn Trent's Water Purification group

De Nora has announced the completion of the acquisition of Severn Trent Services' Water Purificat...

USACE signs partnership agreement with MS city mayors for water-related projects

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers - Vicksburg District of Mississippi recently announced that it h...

FCC Aqualia secures O&M contract for two largest WWTPs in Mecca, Saudi Arabia

FCC Aqualia, in association with lkhorayef Water and Power Company of Saudi Arabia, recently...

FL district, agricultural partners explore innovative rainwater harvesting techniques

Trader Hill Farms in Nassau County, Fla., will be implementing an innovative technique of rainwat...

ASLA elevates 37 members to Council of Fellows for 2015

The American Society of Landscape Architects has elevated 37 members to the ASLA Council of Fello...

WEF announces establishment of new Stormwater Institute

The Water Environment Federation has announced the establishment of the WEF Stormwater Institute,...

WERF announces two new projects to expand on stormwater research

The Water Environment Research Foundation has announced that two new projects are underway that e...

EPA to award green infrastructure grants to 15 organizations through G3 Initiative

The Environmental Protection Agency and Chesapeake Bay Trust, in partnership with Maryland's Depa...

Texas first state to receive aid from Gulf Coast RESTORE Trust Fund for centers of excellence

Texas has become the first state in the nation to receive funding from the Gulf Coast RESTORE Tru...

EPA awards OK $1.2M to address petroleum leaks in underground storage tanks

The Environmental Protection Agency recently announced that it has awarded the Oklahoma Corporati...

Research reveals water used for hydraulic fracturing varies widely across U.S.

According to the first national-scale analysis and map of hydraulic fracturing water usage detail...

Lead recovery program protects waterways, provides revenue stream for firing ranges

MT2, a firing range maintenance and lead reclamation company, has developed and implemented a pat...

Serbian brewer to improve operations with U.S. biogas cover technology

Industrial and Environmental Concepts has announced that its biogas cover technology will be inst...

Xylem appoints new vice president, chief human resources officer

Xylem announced that it has appointed Kairus Taraporet as the company's senior vice presiden...

De Nora completes acquisition of Severn Trent's Water Purification group

De Nora has announced the completion of the acquisition of Severn Trent Services' Water Purificat...

MWRD earns several Peak Performance Awards for water treatment compliance

The Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago was recently recognized with seven...

Water Environment Federation named as 2015 Top Workplace

The Water Environment Federation recently announced that The Washington Post has named the organi...

AWWA names new executive director of Government Affairs

American Water Works Association Chief Executive Officer David LaFrance announced that water poli...

EPA seeking public input on phosphorus reduction targets for Lake Erie algal blooms

The Environmental Protection Agency has announced that it is seeking public input on proposed pho...

USACE signs partnership agreement with MS city mayors for water-related projects

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers - Vicksburg District of Mississippi recently announced that it h...

EPA to approve newest list of impaired waterways in California

According to a new list of impaired waterways in California, more than 40,000 miles of the state'...

EPA orders North Las Vegas to address CWA violations in Las Vegas Wash

The Environmental Protection Agency has officially issued an order to the City of North Las ...

Texas first state to receive aid from Gulf Coast RESTORE Trust Fund for centers of excellence

Texas has become the first state in the nation to receive funding from the Gulf Coast RESTORE Tru...

FCC Aqualia secures O&M contract for two largest WWTPs in Mecca, Saudi Arabia

FCC Aqualia, in association with lkhorayef Water and Power Company of Saudi Arabia, recently announced that is has secured a contract comprising the operation and maintenance of the two largest wastewater treatment plants in the city of Mecca.

Waste cheese turned to biogas in UK anaerobic digestion project

Anaerobic Digestion (AD) company Clearfleau has finished the first stage in a major project for First Milk, at one of the UK's largest cheese creameries...

Second Changi wastewater reuse plant to use Xylem UV tech in Singapore

Water technology Xylem has been awarded a contract worth more than $500,000 to supply ultraviolet (UV) disinfection solutions to a major municipal water reclamation facility in Singapore...

Serbian brewer to improve operations with U.S. biogas cover technology

Industrial and Environmental Concepts has announced that its biogas cover technology will be installed at the Molson Brewery in Serbia.

DWA, Royal HaskoningDHV join forces abroad under new partnership agreement

Under a new partnership agreement signed by Dutch Water Authorities (DWA) and Royal HaskoningDHV, DWA will offer its support for the startup of wastewater treatment plants abroad that use Royal's Nereda technology.

First large-scale RO system in FL to use ozone for treating H2S in RO permeate

The city of Clearwater, Fla., recently completed its new brackish reverse osmosis (RO) water trea...

AMTA, AWWA announce extension in hosting Membrane Technology Conference & Exposition

The American Membrane Technology Association has announced an extension of its partnership agreem...

IL city better protects drinking water with advanced UV disinfection technology

In an effort to better protect its drinking water, the city of Taylorville, Ill., recently incorp...

Waste cheese turned to biogas in UK anaerobic digestion project

Anaerobic Digestion (AD) company Clearfleau has finished the first stage in a major pro...

Second Changi wastewater reuse plant to use Xylem UV tech in Singapore

Water technology Xylem has been awarded a contract worth more than $500,000 to supply ultrav...

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